Jordan Korinek scored a career best 31 points and Kent State played its best four-quarter game of the season as the Flashes beat Southeastern Louisiana Saturday, 81-60.
Korinek made 9 of 13 shots and 13 of 14 free throws. She had a season-best seven rebounds.
Kent State’s point total, margin of victory and field-goal percentage were its best of the season.
Ali Poole had 15 points for KSU. McKenna Stephens had 10 rebounds, leading the team for the fourth straight game.
The Flashes are 3-1 in the season. Southeastern Louisiana is 0-5. The game was the second for Kent in the two-day Akron Classic.
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